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Minister for Trade Promotion and Fianna Fáil TD for Longford-Westmeath, Robert Troy, has welcomed news that a cross-border health initiative will continue in this post-Brexit era.
A new economic and environment stimulus partnership has secured funding to progress several ‘firsts’ for the Midlands region that will mobilise the next generation of green-enterprise innovators and stimulate regional job creation.
Small businesses in Mayo should apply for a new loan to help them prepare for Britain’s exit from the single market and customs union at the end of this year, Deputy Alan Dillon has said.
Political developments in recent times have reminded Insider of the quote from G.K. Chesterton, (also sometimes credited to Emile Cammaerts, the Belgian playright) 'When men choose not to believe in God, they do not thereafter believe in nothing, they then become capable of believing in anything.’
With just weeks remaining until Britain leaves the European Union, Galway businesses are being urged to prepare for the inevitable changes that Brexit will bring.
The things we want to talk about this week are mostly the same as those of last week, because they keep re-occurring and they keep being interesting and demanding attention and discussion.
There is no doubting what is the main issue in Ireland this week, and it is that of the Leaving Cert results on Monday, and then on Friday the first callout from the CAO.
Referencing the public fallout pertaining to the hosting of the Oireachtas Golf Society gathering in Clifden last week, Longford-Westmeath Sinn Féin TD Sorca Clarke noted that the coalition Government “cannot provide clear guidance and leadership at a time when both attributes are much needed”.
‘Telling the Real Story’, a research project carried out by Sinn Féin during the month of August, sought to capture the current challenges experienced by third-level students and their families.
Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Teachta Dála Rose Conway-Walsh, has this week called for the new government to re-establish a once-off grant in cooperation with Age Action Ireland and the Irish Red Cross, to assist vulnerable elderly people during the pandemic.